On May 3, Drew Goss and chef Susan Goss, owners of Chicago's West Town Tavern, will host the 13th Annual Girl Food Dinner to benefit the Greater Chicago Food Depository, a nonprofit food distribution and training center that provides food for hungry people.
Goss will prepare the five-course dinner along with several other female chefs from Chicago: chef Nadia Tilkian, of Maijean Restaurant; chef Jill Barron, of Mana food bar; chef Karen Armijo, of the Gary Comer Youth Center; and chef Jessica Oloroso, of Black Dog Gelato. The entire price of the dinner will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
The dinner also will feature a raffle with prizes including Cutco knives, wine and signed cookbooks from female chefs around the country. To date, the Annual Girl Food Dinner has raised more than $140,000 for Chicago organizations that aim to eliminate hunger. For more information, visit www.westtowntaverncom/events.asp.